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    06-14-2018, 07:19 PM
    When the Taliban is the voice of reason.. This world is amazing.
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    05-30-2018, 12:11 PM
    It is clear they used this as an opportunity to terminate the Roseanne show and by extension, shut up and/or erase Roseanne herself from public stardom. They were looking for an excuse and they found it. If anyone had read any of Roseanne's twitter feed at any point prior to the show's release, you would see her saying stuff far worse than the recent tweet for years, including frequent tweets talking about pizzagate, Soros, and rampant pedophilia in Hollywood. She said pretty much the same thing, comparing an Obama staffer to an ape more than 5 years ago on Twitter, but she didn't have a show then, so no big deal. Now she did, so suddenly, big big deal. So yes, if it feels hypocritical, it's because they weren't interested in justice here, they were interested in shutting down a loud mouthed comedienne that had the #1 sitcom on television which promoted an even handed/neutral stance on Trump.
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    05-28-2018, 11:33 PM
    You can file this under making room for the record number of ex/former/informant/current intelligence (largely the CIA) officers that have currently enrolled to run in 2018 and need to get into office to help in the effort to expel Trump and/or securing deep state information by forming blockades in Congress.
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    05-28-2018, 11:25 PM
    They were based on a farce from the beginning. And with leaders like Bachmann who were happy to continue raising "defense spending", ignoring the Federal Reserve's role, and ignoring the impact that both of these have on the debt, you had a failed movement from the start. Which is why a lot of that movement transitioned into support for Trump because people knew they had been had by the Tea Party and many of the establishment Republicans that ran it and still wanted to see some kind of change, for better or worse. I always had the feeling that it was created as a way to take the rug out from under Ron Paul's shoes and the people supporting him, as he was the first to begin gaining real traction when talking about the debt, the deficit, and the Fed in sensible ways that made sense to someone who had no understanding of economics. The motives seemed transparent from the start.
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    05-20-2018, 09:51 PM
    This is what I like to refer to as "positive blowback", brought to us again by leftists. Calexit and "government shutdowns" being some of the other ones.
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